The Vendor and Information Night will be held Feb. 1.
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Thursday, January 17
East Brunswick’s Special Education PTA (SEPTA) is looking for vendors for its Annual Vendor and Information Night to be held on Friday, Feb. 1, from 5 to 9 p.m. in the cafetorium at Churchill Junior High School, 18 Norton Road. All items should be cash and carry. Vendor set up begins at 4 p.m. Visit www.ebnet.org and click on the Support Our Schools Quick Link for donation letter and vendor form. SEPTA will also welcome agencies to share information on services in the areas of listening therapy, chiropractic, audiology, friendship club and recreation, financial advice, The Arc, SPAN and more. This is a fundraising event for SEPTA and money raised will go toward technology and other items for special education classrooms. You can also …
Alexandra Freer, founder of Key to Me Therapy, will be presenting the program Quirky Kids: How Sensory and Auditory Sensitivities Affect Behavior.
Sunday, January 29, 2012
East Brunswick Public School’s Special Education PTA (SEPTA) will meet on Monday, Jan. 30, at the East Brunswick Public Library. Scheduled for 7:15 p.m., Alexandra Freer, founder of Key to Me Therapy, located in Bradley Beach, will be presenting the program Quirky Kids: How Sensory and Auditory Sensitivities Affect Behavior. The session will introduce parents to two of the major systems involved in processing--the auditory system and the sensory system. The presentation will examine how misperception through these systems impact the way an individual understands and interacts with the world. In addition, the program will provide parents with resources and suggestions for helping their child improve. Freer is a Certified Professional …